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Old 06-16-2009, 09:45 AM
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Fog light wiring for high beam

I tried to search for this. I couldn't find it. How can I wire the fog lights to the fitter switches to keep them on even when I turn the brights on. Or is there a better way. Opinions please.
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Old 06-22-2009, 07:31 AM
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I am interested in this also. Has anyone tried the fog light mod that was done on the 02-04 superduty's? Reference: S&S Diversified
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I have a thread in the electrical section going now.
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cut the wire that powers the lights at the switch and run it off of the aux. switches in the dash. I did that, fog lights on always.
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I am interested in this also. Has anyone tried the fog light mod that was done on the 02-04 superduty's? Reference: S&S Diversified
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Another option is to splice into the power wires for them running a second set off a relay. Then just power the relay on with the high beams.
I know that there is a circuit controlling the relay in the passenger kickpanel. There is a wire and terminal from the high beam switch to the relay. If I can find it and snip it It may simply disable the feature of the turn off.
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